Readers have fallen in love with Eternity Springs, the magical town in Emily March's beloved series where something wonderful happens to hearts in need of healing. Twenty years ago, town bad boy Cameron Murphy left Eternity Springs handcuffed in the back of a sheriff's van. He never expected his past to follow him to Australia, but when the woman he loved shows up at his dive shop, along with a daughter he never knew he had, Cam realizes it's time to right yesterday's wrongs. Only her close friends know town darling Sarah Reese's big secret, until Cam returns to Colorado and claims her daughter as his own. Her life now in turmoil, Sarah battles a torrent of emotions-including that old attraction-in order to protect her loved ones. Cam wants to know his daughter, but first he needs to prove to Sarah, to the town, and to himself that everybody was wrong about him. Will the residents of Eternity Springs offer forgiveness-and will Sarah have the courage to trust the man who broke her heart?
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December 27, 2011
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Excerpt from Lover's Leap by Emily March
March Near Cairns, Australia
"Mom! Hurry up," Lori Reese urged, sounding more like a six-?year-?old than a young woman in her sophomore year of college. "We don't want to be late!"
At the sound of her daughter's voice, Sarah Reese rolled over in bed, buried her face in the thick, downy pillow, and contemplated taking up bank robbery in order to afford a return trip to this resort. She and Lori were nearing the end of their two-?week all-?expenses-?paid Australian vacation, and the experience had given her a tantalizing taste of traveling in the lap of luxury.
"Ten more minutes." This bed was heaven.
"It's already six-?fifteen."
Their ride to the marina was scheduled to arrive at seven o'clock, and getting ready would take fifteen minutes, tops. She didn't need to hurry. "Five more minutes."
Indulgent frustration laced Lori's voice. "When exactly did we switch roles? I think it must have been the first day of the trip, when you spent half of that interminable plane ride flirting with the man across the aisle."
Sarah grinned into her pillow, then lazily rolled her head and looked at her daughter. Her heart melted with a potent combination of love and pride. Lori was a sophomore majoring in biomedical science at Texas A&M University and making excellent progress toward her goal of earning admission to A&M's College of Veterinary Medicine. She'd worked hard to work ahead and cleared an extra ten days of spring break with her professors. At twenty, she was taller than her mother by seven inches--?a fact she loved to tease five-?foot-?nothing Sarah about at every opportunity. She had Sarah's high cheekbones and dark hair, and her grandmother Ellen's sweet smile. Her eyes were a beautiful blend of shades of green. Sarah's late father had called them mountain eyes, because her eyes were a mountainside of aspen and fir and pi?on and cottonwood.
Sarah didn't see the mountains when she looked at Lori's eyes. She saw Cam Murphy. Her daughter had her father's eyes. She had Cam's height and Cam's eyes--?two distinctive characteristics that provided Sarah an unwelcome reminder of the man she'd just as soon forget.